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Emotional Fitness and your productivity

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As human beings we carry so much emotional baggage with us to a point we cannot perform at our optimum level.

We need to get these unwanted things out of our system periodically if we want to become successful.

May be you had an argument with someone close to you & you cannot get over it. May be you are not even on talking terms yet.

The best way to get over this issue is you taking the first step and talk to this person. Don’t think of who is right and who is wrong. Don’t even go there. Apologize for the situation that occurred and say sorry for hurting their feelings. Once you do that, you will feel good and not be bothered by the nagging feeling in the back of your mind.

Remember this doesn’t make that you have to buy into the other person’s idea or agree with him. Let him have his opinion and you have yours, there is no need to argue.

Let’s look at another not so extreme example, like you are putting off calling a friend, paying a bill, clearing your garage…

Take 10 minutes and make a list, then start clearing that list one by one. This may take, weeks or months but once you put it on paper it is out of your mind and you will start taking action.

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If you missed the previous Productivity Tips read them now:

So, what is your story? What actions did you take? Love to hear from you, share with us in the comments section below.

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About the author: Damayanthi Jayasinghe is a Online Marketing Coach helping struggling online marketers to achieve their dreams and goals.

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  • Flora Tan January 25, 2013, 12:58 pm

    Good advice, Damayanthi! Don’t wait – take the first step to talk things over. Be ready to see from the other person’s point of view.

    • Damayanthi January 25, 2013, 4:10 pm

      Welcome to my blof Flora. Yes, you are right we are so worried about us and don’t take time to see the other person’s point of view.

  • paula January 25, 2013, 4:19 pm

    I love how you put a video on your blog…How do you do that?

    I also love how you call yourself a “work in progress.” Me, too! And I love the idea of writing a letter and then burning it to help let go of things

    • Damayanthi January 26, 2013, 8:48 pm

      Paula, Just did a post on how to add a video to your blog post.

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